The skatepark is a part of Moore’s Kip’s Kids Fund, which is designed to provide kids with different things to do in their community, like skateboarding, instead of getting into trouble.
“Days like today give me that feeling of purpose. I get to see a direct impact in a needed community,” Moore said in a press release. “I get to see the smiles on these kid’s faces and the positive impact it creates. There are so many things I wanna do in the inner cities and this is just the beginning.”
The skate spots are all customized to maximize the space available and include things like quarter pipes, handrail and step ups and many more skating park features. Other skate spots are planned for Nashville; Annapolis;, San Marcos, Texas; Boston; and Tifton, Ga.
“I’m always searching for purpose in my lifeI battle the feeling of if I’m doing enough with the small amount of time I have on this earth each day. I’m so blessed to get to do what I do, but I have always believed with those blessings come responsibility,” Moore shared.